Jan 182021
 

Legendary hard rock band Stryper have issued the following announcement:

“This Thursday we’ll be releasing an awesome remix of the song ‘To Hell With The Devil’. Our friend Jeff Savage did an amazing remix. We were all blown away and will be releasing it to Patreon only members on 1/21/21.”

Go to Stryper‘s Patreon page here.

“To Hell With The Devil” is the title track from Stryper‘s third studio album, released in 1986. It was the first Christian metal album to achieve platinum status, selling over one million copies.

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Nov 052016
 

Stryper_YellowandBlack_2015Legendary rockers Stryper are not planning on breaking up following the completion of the current tour celebrating the 30th anniversary of their multi-platinum album “To Hell With The Devil”.

Stryper in September announced plans to “take a hiatus” in early 2017. The group explained in a statement: “Our band and ministry is facing a crossroads for a variety of reasons, including some personal matters affecting our bassist, Tim Gaines, that have affected the unity of our band.”

But now, in a new post on the group’s official Facebook page, Stryper frontman Michael Sweet insisted that the band will carry on for years to come. He wrote: “Just to clarify and no matter what you’ve heard — Rob [drummer Robert Sweet], Oz [Fox, guitar] and myself will NOT be dissolving Stryper.

“After the ‘To Hell With The Devil’ tour is wrapped up, we will be taking a break but we will NOT be breaking up. Continue reading »

Sep 262016
 

Stryper_YellowandBlack_2015Iconic rock band Stryper have announced plans to “take a hiatus” following the completion of their tour celebrating the 30th anniversary of their multi-platinum album “To Hell With The Devil”.

Says the band in a statement: “As many of you know, we are preparing a tour to celebrate the 30-year anniversary of “To Hell With The Devil”. Although we’re extremely excited about this tour, our band and ministry is facing a crossroads for a variety of reasons, including some personal matters affecting our bassist, Tim Gaines, that have affected the unity of our band.

“As a result, upon the conclusion of this tour, we have decided to take a hiatus to allow each band member to think and pray about the direction of the band going forward.

“We believe the right thing to do is to be open with all of you so we can continue on with integrity and put to rest any false rumors and accusations. We also believe we must honor our commitments in moving forward with the tour. Continue reading »

Aug 182016
 

Stryper_YellowandBlack_2015Iconic rock band Stryper will celebrate the 30th anniversary of its multi-platinum album “To Hell With The Devil” this fall with a world tour, featuring all four original members and complete with the original yellow-and-black costumes. Released by Enigma Records on October 24, 1986, the Grammy-nominated “To Hell With The Devil” is the band’s third studio album and the first Christian metal album to achieve platinum status.

Throughout 1987, the music videos for ‘Free’ and ‘Honestly’ ranked #1 on MTV’s list of most requested videos, and the video for ‘Calling on You’ reached #2. Stryper was the first band to ever have two songs in MTV’s Top 10 simultaneously.

To Hell with the Devil literally changed our lives,” says frontman Michael Sweet. “During that tour we went from playing theaters and mid-sized clubs to arenas, all in a very short amount of time. We never could have predicted the wild popularity of those songs and videos – especially in the mainstream market.” Continue reading »

Jun 232016
 

Stryper_YellowandBlack_2015The multi-platinum rock band will pull out the original yellow and black outfits and hit the road this fall celebrating the 30th anniversary of the iconic album that made MTV history.

Iconic rock band Stryper will celebrate the 30th anniversary of their multi-platinum album “To Hell with the Devil” this fall with a world tour, featuring all four original members and complete with the original yellow and black costumes. Released by Enigma Records on October 24, 1986, the GRAMMY-nominated “To Hell with the Devil” is the band’s third studio album and the first Christian metal album to achieve platinum status.

Throughout 1987, the music videos for ‘Free’ and ‘Honestly’ ranked #1 on MTV’s list of most requested videos, and the video for ‘Calling on You’ reached #2. Stryper was the first band to ever have two songs in MTV’s Top 10 simultaneously. Continue reading »